Peter Hayward Oil Painting

Wednesday, May 22nd 2013 @ 8:06pm EDT

Ended

Wednesday, May 22nd 2013 @ 8:06pm EDT

Ended

Final Bid

$1,625

Item Details

Original oil painting titled, “Village Afternoon” by artist, Peter Hayward (b. 1905-d. 1993). Peter Hayward studied at Middleburg College graduating in 1923. He exhibited in New York in the 1950s winning the Grand Prize All Media at the Washington Square Outdoor Art Show. Hayward has been described to be like a poet creating magic from ordinary prose; he gives us not just Hawaii but the magic of the island of love. Hayward preferred oils and bronzes and taught both sculpture and oil painting. This painting is signed in the lower right and framed in a decorative wood frame.

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Condition

Very Good

Dimensions

44.0" W x 32.0" H x 2.0" D

Painting measures 24″ × 36″

Item #

13CIN019-005

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